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  1. Wikipedia:WikiProject Military history/Assessment/2013 ...

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    A note on a recent GF edit that changed "Non U.S." and "Non United States" section headings to "foreign". I've changed it back, because "foreign" is subjective to the country of the reader, and it is also inconsistent unless the United States sections were reworded "domestic". — Maile 13:32, 14 November 2013 (UTC)

  2. World War II | Belfast Child | Page 2

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    Further information: Invasion of Poland, Occupation of Poland (1939–45) and History of the Jews in Poland Nazi Germany 1941, including areas annexed from Poland and the General Government area. Germany’s invasion of Poland in September 1939 increased the urgency of the “Jewish Question”.

  3. POLAND TODAY magazine #17 by Poland Today - Issuu

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    In 1956, Poland and the USSR signed a dedicated treaty to fully regulate the Soviet military presence in Poland. Red Army troops in Poland were, however, exempt from any Polish oversight. Left ...

  4. Presentations abstracts — Estonian National Museum Conferences

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    A unique body of such works, produced in the postwar People’s Republic of Poland (especially in the 1960s and 70s), however, remain scattered in ethnographic museum collections, often awkwardly categorized due to disciplinary taxonomies that treat folk art as “timeless” rather than historical, and the reluctance of curators to touch on ...

  5. Nazis – greeen

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    In 2018, the Polish government introduced legislation to ban terms such as “Polish death camps” in relation to Auschwitz and other such camps located in what was then Nazi-occupied Poland. The bill also made it illegal to accuse the nation of complicity in crimes committed by Nazi Germany.

  6. Weimar Republic - Unionpedia, the concept map

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    General Adolf Heusinger (August 4, 1897 – November 30, 1982) was a German military officer, whose career spanned the German Empire, the Weimar Republic, Nazi Germany and West Germany. New!!: Weimar Republic and Adolf Heusinger · See more » Adolf Hitler

  7. TRANSCEND MEDIA SERVICE » This Week in History

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    1991 Representatives from the United States and Iraq meet at the Geneva Peace Conference to try to find a peaceful resolution to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. 1964 Martyrs’ Day: Several Panamanian youths try to raise the Panamanian flag on the US-controlled Panama Canal Zone, leading to fighting between US military and Panamanian civilians.

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    “During the Vietnam War, between 1962 and 1971, the United States military sprayed nearly 20,000,000 US gallons (Script errorl) of material containing chemical herbicides and defoliants mixed with jet fuel in Vietnam, eastern Laos and parts of Cambodia, as part of Operation Ranch Hand.” – Agent Orange – VIETNAM WAR WIKI – Wikia.com

  9. Pakistanis consider the United States an enemy, in spite of Pakistan' s role as a key ally in the U.S. fight against radicalism. Regard for the United States in Pakistan ranks lowest among 22 countries surveyed in the Pew Global Attitudes survey, with nearly 60 percent of Pakistanis describing the United States as a nemesis and only 17 percent

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    Betterfear.us (or: XXII Fonts, Or Doubletwo Studios) [Lecter Johnson] Lecter Johnson (Betterfear.us) published many free fonts between 2007-2012. At Behance, we find the name John Thorn (Germany) and a mention of Hamburg, but also a reference to Greatwhite in Beirut, Lebanon.

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